Library Events For Kids of All Ages

Reading Patch brings you this week's top five family activities in and around town.

Welcome back to our Grab and Go Kids Planner!

Each week, we'll give you the info on some of the best family activities or events for the week. You're time-pressed enough, so we're happy to do the research and find the best things to do and places to go, both locally and within reasonable striking distance.

Look for the kids’ planner each Wednesday, and help us build the planner with your own suggestions and tips — just add them to the comment box. Even if you disagree with our picks, let us know. We want to hear from you!



When/Where: Saturday, March 26, 12-2 p.m., at the , 64 Middlesex Ave., Reading

Why Go: Teens and Tweens in Grades 6-12 are invited to join the library for the monthly Teen Advisor Meeting. The meeting begins with lunch and discussion of what's hot and new in the world of young adult books, movies and music. 

Price: Free


When/Where: Sunday, March 27, 3-4 p.m., at the , 64 Middlesex Ave., Reading

Why Go: Hannah Montana, Jonas Brothers, Taylor Swift...forget it! Did you know George Handel was a classical music rock star? Listen to his must popular dance pieces performed on flute and piano by Judy Braude, music teacher at Creative Arts. Perfect for all ages eager to learn to dance or just listen.

Price: Free


When/Where: Most Thursdays, 6-6:30 p.m., at the , 64 Middlesex Ave., Reading

Why Go: Join Cocoa Moose and the librarian for some awesome stories and songs.

Price: Free, no registration necessary


When/Where: Weekly on Tuesdays, 3:45-4:45 p.m., at , 25 Woburn St., Reading

Why Go: Crash! Bang! Zoom! Learn the principles of comic illustration while creating your own comic book.

Price: $165


When/Where: Most Tuesdays (10:15-10:45 a.m.) and Wednesdays (9:30-10 a.m.), at the , 64 Middlesex Ave., Reading

Why Go: Bring the kids for stories at the library. There will also be songs and visits with Cocoa Moose.

Price: Free


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